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UI/UX Web Development


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UI / UX Web Development


                     When you break user experience down into its individual components, you discover what’s working behind the scenes — that’s user interface, or UI. Good design is a product of strong UI development, and UI is at its best when it’s hardly noticeable. User interface focuses on the nuts and bolts of user interactions; it’s the functionality of a website or landing page, and it’s all about helping users to achieve goals and complete tasks smoothly and efficiently. UI design is a balancing act between technical functions and visual cues meant to keep users on a page, on a site, and choosing the behaviors you’re looking for — making a purchase, signing up for a newsletter, and so on. The key to UI design is the understanding of what your base is looking for and helping them to find it easily. User experience, or UX, can be a huge component of your brand. It contributes to a consumer’s overall impression of your business. Put simply, it’s the smooth way a luxury car handles on a test drive and the rich feel of fine leather upholstery against your skin. UX is the pleasure of a gourmet meal in a fine restaurant and the attentive service you get from your waiter. And it’s the reason consumers become loyal customers. Good design creates good user experiences. And good UX is good for business, because it facilitates less abandonment, more customer loyalty, better customer service, and more conversions. This doesn’t happen as a result of good luck or happy accidents. UX-focused design 5 takes into account issues of cognitive psychology, anthropology and sociology, as well as principles of graphic and content design.


Course Contents:

UXD Principles:

 What is UXD?

 Designing for multi-device environments

 What you need to master

 What are you trying to communicate?

 Why is user experience important?

The UXD Ecosystem:

 Identify the project parameters

 Brand presence

 Marketing campaign

 Content source

 e-commerce applications

 Social networking applications

 Responsive considerations

Proposal preparation:

 Creating the proposal

 Title page

 Executive summary

 Project outline and approach

 Assumptions

 Deliverables

 Project scoping

 Legal considerations

 Pricing and payment structures

 Statements of work

Project approach:

Project objectives

 UXD process

 Waterfall / Agile / Modified approaches

Development objectives:

 Into to HTML

 Intro to CSS

 Combining HTML and CSS

 Jumpstarting JavaScript

 HTML, CSS, JavaScript Relation

Responsive Development objectives:

 Into to Bootstrap

 Bootstrap with CSS

 Bootstrap Components

 Bootstrap and JavaScript

 Modular Development VS Structured Development

User Research:

 Research basics

 Research techniques

 Contextual inquiry

 Research analysis

 Content Strategy

 When, where, who, what, why and how of UXD

 Tips on content

Transitioning - Definition to Design:

 Ideation

 Visualization

 Storyboarding essentials

 Prioritization

 Conflict management

 Documentation

UXD Design Objectives:

 Visual design

 Responsive Design Development

 Responsive Frameworks

 UXD and Photoshop

 UXD and Illustrator

 the effects of good UXD design

 Flow and Interaction

 Guiding principles

 Common errors

 Typographic considerations

 Task flows

 Code Auditing


 Wireframing essentials

 Toolkits

 Wireframing 101

 Sample processing


 Digital wireframes

 Visual design

 Responsive design

 Wireframes vs Prototypes

 Prototyping models

 Prototyping boundaries

 Wireframing vs realistic prototypes

 HTML and code editors

 Designer tools for prototyping

 Designer / developer workflows

Design user testing:

 Visual design mockups exploration

 choosing a design testing approach

 Qualitative and quantitative research

 In-person and remote research

 Moderated and automated techniques

 Usability testing

 Research

 analyzing code audit results

 From design to development

 Visual design

 Development

 Quality assurance

 Alpha testing

 launching you project

 Support

 Post launch activities

 Analytics

 Intro to Server side deployment

Flexible Content Strategies:

 approaching content strategies

 Flex content creation

 CMS’s

 delivering across devices

 Delivering across apps

 Flexible architecture

 Personalizing content











Course Fee:

Complete Course Fee = Rs. 15000/- 



Course Duration: